I recently got the train from Amsterdam to Haarlem for the day. We had lunch in the square and watched the world go by. We also done the windmill tour which was great for €3.50. Can't wait to return!
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This is an historic street in the old part of town that looks similar to the way it may have looked many years ago. The architecture is still intact and there are lots of shops and restaurants to make your day!
around 40 mins travel from our airbnb house :) another place you must visit, culture stay for the people residing in this area. accessible by train as well.
Harlemmerstraat is the neighborhood to the northwest of Amsterdam. Walking eastward on it leads you eventually to Centraal Station. Like most of the neighborhoods it has many places to eat and drink.
We caught the train from Amsterdam to Haarlem. Its a beautiful city with a relaxed culture and totally different to the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam. The main square has a local food market on a Saturday which added to the ambience and the shops...More
Actually there are two parts called Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk. Dont ask me why. The first runs from the Singel canal to the bridge. After the Bridge it becomes Haarlemmerdijk. Is this important? Yes. The Haarlemmerdijk is still what it was. EXCELLENT. Authentic with lovely little...More
Its a nice street to see some local shops and the more authentic places of Amsterdam. at the beginning its a bit touristic but later its getting better.
Our family explored Europe and so far of all the places we have been, Haarlem was the best, we stayed in an Airbnb apartment for 3 nights, it was 15min train ride away from Amsterdam. Just strolling around Haarlem will give you a sense of...More
Stay at this street and plenty of things to enjoy at this street. A lot of coffeshop, cafe, restaurants, Markt, Grocery stores and bar around to choose. It has number of boutique shop and very interesting street for shopping too. It will be very quite...More
Sonethibg different than the other shoppingstreets in Amsterdam. The street is quite long, but kind of narrow full with shops. It's not that wellknown with tourists, but underrated for what it is. The atmosphere is great, and has a look of an old shoppingstreet, much...More